Weekly Op-Ed •December 3rd, 2015• 2 Comments
What can we do about the massacre in San Bernardino? Joseph’s clash with his brothers teaches us how to repair and heal the world. We must begin by repairing ourselves and integrating faith in our actions.
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Discover that determination and drive are vital tools when tempered with humility. Learn how to access and incorporate flexibility in your daily life.
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An important lesson to the spiritual “lamplighter”: do not think that you are achieving anything that your fellow could not, in truth, achieve on his own.
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A response to the thousands of emails written about the previous essay which discussed the notions of “conservative” and “liberal” belief in America…
We call the Torah the “Five Books of Moses” since it was a part of his very identity. Yet he was willing to forgo it for something more vital- his people.
There are two approaches to develop a true feeling of humility toward someone whose character or behavior is obviously inferior to one’s own.
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How does one vanquish pride?
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Sports are all consuming in today’s society, but what can we learn from this about reality and illusion?
A story about the power of Chassidic master Rabbi Meir Premishlaner’s blessing on Rabbi Israel of Ruzhin.
Through defining the Halachic term of an earthen vessel, we learn two important factors in serving G-d appropriately: Humility and Passion.